UNC will try to improve police relations with students, but activists are skeptical

By Payton Tysinger

Student activists and NAACP members lead a protest at UNC’s South Building (Payton Tysinger/Carolina Connection).

Throughout the long controversy about Silent Sam, there has been growing tension between university police and activists who considered the statue to be an element of UNC’s institutional racism. E

ven though the Confederate statue is gone, an incident earlier this month has led the administration to announce a new effort to improve police relations.

Payton Tysinger reports.

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